Box Elder Bugs

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In San Jose, CA, boxelder bugs are more common than ever before. Despite this, a lot of people know little about these household pests. Boxelder bugs are roughly half an inch. During the warm months, they remain outside and feed on trees such as boxelder trees.

Why?

Boxelder bugs are members of the overwintering pest category. As a result, these pests want to invade residences before winter arrives. They do not like the frigid temperatures so they’re going to sneak into homes to stay warm. They can easily enter your San Jose home by slipping through small cracks or gaps.

Boxelder Bug Dangers

Don’t worry about your health because boxelder bugs cannot make you sick. They’ll be an annoyance though.

Eradicating Boxelder Bugs The Right Way

You need to find a way to eliminate the boxelder bugs in your home. Although there are other options, we recommend working with a qualified exterminator. Doing so will prove to be quick, easy, and safe. Our technicians have been thoroughly trained to ensure they can eliminate boxelder bugs and other residential pests. Call our office and we’ll remove them from your home promptly.

Can You Eliminate Boxelder Bugs With DIY Methods?

Certain do-it-yourself methods have proven effective for eradicating boxelder bugs. However, these techniques aren’t great for eliminating infestations. Therefore, you need to find a better alternative. Otherwise, using DIY methods could lead to health problems and wasted money. Work with us to minimize any risks involved.

When Can Your Technician Arrive?

Found bugs in your home? Call our office. We’ll respond to your call within 24 to 48 hours.

The Safest Boxelder Bug Treatments

We’re going to do the best we can for our clients. One thing we’ll do is make sure they’re protected. We always use EPA-registered products because they’re safe and reliable. Don’t hesitate to call us because you’ll be safe in our hands. Call our office to learn more about the steps we take to protect you.

Preventing Invasions

Since boxelder bugs are overwintering pests, you need to search your outer walls before winter arrives. Doing so could stop them from entering your home.

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